Letitia Wright Shares Crazy Video Filled With Vaccine Conspiracies, And Then Gets Mad When People Call Her Out!
You knew this was coming. As the COVID-19 vaccine gets closer to release (just a couple weeks away now for healthcare workers) more people are spreading misinformation about the vaccine online.
Most of the people spreading this misinformation are old people on Facebook, but there is at least one actress in Hollywood who has joined the insanity.
‘Black Panther‘ star Letitia Wright went on her Twitter account on Thursday and shared a video from the YouTube channel ‘On The Table’. The footage features host Tomi Arayomi expressing skepticism about vaccines in general, and specifically the one that is on its way for the coronavirus.
Wright added a prayer hands emoji to the tweet.
She was hit with backlash and several users criticized her for sharing something so misleading, especially with something as important as a freaking vaccine to potentially end a deadly pandemic.
Wright got all defensive and started spouting that free thinker nonsense…
if you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled. not my intention to make anyone upset Nor am I saying don’t take it. I’m just concerned about what’s in it that’s all. Isn’t that fair to question or ask?
You see, this is what these conspiracy nuts do. They play the, “I’m just thinking for myself, doing research, blah blah blah,” card.
But that’s not what they’re doing. They aren’t some f**king great thinker. They’re not seeing something everyone else isn’t. This video she linked to? It’s batsh*t crazy. The dude in the video is sipping some crazy Jesus juice, and says his ministry “seeks to restore the ability to hear the voice of God to every person on every sphere of influence.”
At one point, he admits that he doesn’t understand vaccines medically, and then goes on to talk about how the vaccine might turn us into animals…
He also asks whether any coronavirus vaccine that contains animal DNA will turn people into human-animal ‘chimeras’, a ‘half-human, a half- animal creature’ that he says appears in the Bible.
Of course, any organisms derived from animal materials used in vaccines have been dead for decades and have safely been used in effective vaccines for quite some time. As far as I know, no half-human, half-animal people are walking around anywhere.
The craziness doesn’t end there though.
Arayomi also questions whether metal contained in the vaccine will create antennas inside the body that pick up 5G signals and says ‘this could be true’.
He says he does not believe in evolution and criticises claims he ‘came from a monkey’.
Get the f**k out of here with this sh*t. Wright is dumb as f**k for sharing this, and I don’t care if she thinks this is some attack on her ability to think for herself.
If you post stupid sh*t, you’re going to get called out for it. Even by your own co-stars. This is what Don Cheadle had to say about it…
jesus… just scrolled through. hot garbage. every time i stopped and listened, he and everything he said sounded crazy and fkkkd up. i would never defend anybody posting this. but i still won’t throw her away over it. the rest i’ll take off twitter. had no idea.